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H.C. Witwer (1890–1929)

H.C. Witwer was born on March 11, 1890 in Athens, Pennsylvania, USA as Harry Charles Witwer. He was a writer and producer, known for Cain and Mabel (1936), Her Father Said No (1927) and Let's Go (1922). He was married to Sadie S. He died on August 9, 1929 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Let's Go Writer


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 1940 Alex in Wonderland (Short) (original story)
 1936 Cain and Mabel (story)
 1931 One Punch O'Toole (Short) (story 'The Classics in Slang')
 1931 The Champion (Short) (story)
 1931 Kane Meets Abel (Short) (story)
 1931 The Lady Killer (Short) (story)
 1931 Framed! (Short) (story)
 1930 All for a Lady (Short) (story)
 1930 The Mardi Gras (Short) (story)
 1930 The Comeback (Short) (story)
 1930 The Knockout (Short) (story)
 1930 Hammer and Tongs (Short) (story)
 1930 Kid Roberts (Short) (story)
 1930 The Leather Pushers (story)
 1930 Land of the Sky Blue Daughters (Short) (story)
 1930 Cash and Marry (Short) (story)
 1930 The Dear Slayer (Short) (story)
 1930 The Setting Son (Short) (story)
 1930 Old Vamps for New (Short) (story)
 1930 Lost and Foundered (Short) (story)
 1930 The Sleeping Cutie (Short) (story)
 1929 The Captain of His Roll (Short) (writer)
 1929 They Shall Not Pass Out (Short) (story)
 1929 Love's Labor Found (Short) (story)
 1929 Meet the Quince (Short) (story)
 1929 As You Mike It (Short) (story)
 1928 Alex the Great (novel)
 1927 The Beloved Rouge (Short) (story)
 1927 Toupay or Not Toupay (Short) (story)
 1927 The Beauty Parlor (Short) (story)
 1927 A Knight Before Christmas (Short) (story)
 1927 Blisters Under the Skin (Short) (story)
 1927 Her Father Said No (story - as Harry Charles Witwer)
 1925 Three Bases East (Short) (story)
 1924 Never Say Never (Short) (character)
 1924 Faster Foster (Short) (character)
 1924 Love and Learn (Short) (character)
 1924 Bee's Knees (Short) (character)
 1924 The Square Sex (Short) (character)
 1924 For the Love of Mike (Short) (character) / (story)
 1924 Sherlock's Home (Short) (magazine story)
 1924 William Tells (Short) (story)
 1924 King Leary (Short) (story)
 1924 Money to Burns (Short) (story)
 1924 When Knighthood Was in Tower (Short) (story)
 1924 Julius Sees Her (Short) (character) / (story)
 1924 The Great White Way (story "Cain and Mabel")
 1923 A Midsummer Night's Scream (Short) (story)
 1923 Merchant of Menace (Short) (story)
 1923 A Comedy of Terrors (Short) (story)
 1923 The Wages of Cinema (Short) (story)
 1923 The Taming of the Shrewd (Short) (story)
 1923 The Three Orphans (Short) (story)
 1923 Long Live the Ring (Short) (story)
 1923 She Supes to Conquer (Short) (story)
 1923 So This Is Hollywood (Short) (story)
 1923 Judy Punch (Short) (story)
 1923 When Gale and Hurricane Meet (Short) (story)
 1923 The End of a Perfect Fray (Short) (story)
 1923 A Grim Fairy Tale (Short) (story)
 1923 Christopher of Columbus (Short) (story)
 1923 The Knight That Failed (Short) (story)
 1923 Gall of the Wild (Short) (story)
 1923 Some Punches and Judy (Short) (story)
 1923 Two Stones with One Bird (Short) (story)
 1923 The Fourth Musketeer (story - as Harry Charles Witwer)
 1923 Six Second Smith (Short) (story)
 1923 The Knight in Gale (Short) (story)
 1923/II Fighting Blood (Short) (story)
 1923/I Fighting Blood (stories)
 1923 When Kane Met Abel (Short)
 1922 Round Two (Short) (story)
 1922 Let's Go (Short) (story "Leather Pucher" series in Collier's Magazine)
 1921 Robinson's Trousseau (Short) (story)
 1916 Where D'Ye Get That Stuff? (titles)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Novel: "There's No Base Like Home". See more »

Publicity Listings:

8 Articles | See more »

Alternate Names:

Harry Charles Witwer

Did You Know?


In 1930 his widow won a $1-million (later reduced to $250,000) plagiarism lawsuit against Harold Lloyd, convincing the court that the concept of his film The Freshman (1925) originally came from her husband. In 1933 the Circuit Court of Appeals sided with Lloyd and reversed the earlier decision. See more »

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